Dim Sum Funeral
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|Dim Sum Funeral|
|Directed by||Anna Chi|
|Produced by||Clark Peterson|
|Written by||Donald Martin|
with Kelly Hu
and Russell Wong
|Music by||Scott Starrett|
After their mother dies, four Chinese-American siblings return to their Seattle home. As their mother wanted a traditional seven-day funeral, the estranged siblings stay the week and deal with their issues.
- Xiao family
- Lisa Lu as Mrs. Xiao, the matriarch
- Julia Nickson as Elizabeth ("Liz"), a daughter of Mrs. Xiao
- Russell Wong as Alexander ("Alex"), the son of Mrs. Xiao
- Françoise Yip as Victoria, a daughter of Mrs. Xiao
- Steph Song as Meimei, a daughter of Mrs. Xiao
- Talia Shire as Viola, a Jewish friend of Mrs. Xiao
- Bai Ling as Dede, Meimei's girlfriend
- Curtis Lum as Bruce Lee, a Buddhist monk and prospective sperm donor to Meimei and Dede
- Adrian Hough as Michael, Liz's husband
- Isaah Brown as Jason, Victoria's son
- Tseng Chang as Zhou Lin, a friend of Mrs. Xiao, an eminent Chinese pianist, and Meimei's father
- Kelly Hu as Cindy, Alex's wife and a former Miss Taiwan
- Valerie Tian as Emily, Alex's daughter
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